The Institute of Cannabinoid Medicine (TIOCM) is the awarding and regulatory body of the diplomate program and creates the education standards by which the title and usage of Diplomate of Medical Cannabinoid Science® are used in industry.
TIOCM is a pending-approval member of The Institute for Credentialing Excellence, or I.C.E and holds additional membership with the American National Standards Institute.
The title of Diplomate of Medical Cannabinoid Science® will distinguish you as a specialist within the field of cannabis medicine education.
The diplomate is considered the GOLD STANDARD of future training and education of cannabis medicine.
The Institute of Cannabinoid Medicine (TIOCM) owns the trademark name of, “DIPLOMATE OF MEDICAL CANNABINOID SCIENCE” with USPTO Serial Number: 90041261. Goods and Services: IC 041. US 100 101 107. G & S: Education services, namely, providing classes in the field of science. File Date USPTO: July 8, 2020.
Holders of the title are permitted to use and display the name as, Diplomate of Medical Cannabinoid Science®
No. The diplomate is specialized credential related to the education of cannabis medicine. Holders of the credential must still comply within the scope of State, City, County and International rights permitted to those with clear-active medical and/or health care licenses and certification.
A diplomate in health sciences and education is considered one of the highest forms of advanced training and specialization. As medical cannabis continues to expand in the country, the industry will need individuals with the advanced skill-set to provide education, with clinically and scientifically relevant information of cannabinoid medical sciences to the community and those seeking guidance in their respective health care setting. Be part of the movement and exemplify the GOLD STANDARD.
Timeline: April 1, 2022 to December 31, 2022.
If an exemption pathway application is received after December 31, 2022, than the application must wait until January 1, 2023 and complete the full 100-hour program in order to receive the diplomate.
Yes, the Diplomate of Medical Cannabinoid Science® must be renewed annually. Those who fail to renew on renewal cycle date are no longer permitted to use the diplomate title.
The Institute of Cannabinoid Medicine (TIOCM) is non-sectarian and does not discriminate with regard to race, creed, religion, color, national origin, age, gender, disability, marital status, or any other legally protected status or other protected class in any of its academic course activities, employment practices, or admissions policies.
The Institute of Cannabinoid Medicine (TIOCM) complies with all requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and other applicable federal and state laws. The Institute of Cannabinoid Medicine (TIOCM) aims to provide an equitable testing opportunity for candidates to demonstrate the knowledge and skill measured by the examination. As such, The Institute of Cannabinoid Medicine (TIOCM) will accommodate reasonable accommodation requests for those with a documented disability.
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